Assistance for the hiring of apprentices will be greatly increased until 28 February 2021

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10:05 p.m. : Meanwhile, on France 2, Bruno Le Maire felt that the salaries of carers should have increased earlier: “Let’s also recognize it with great modesty: hospital staff should have been revalued for years. (…) There are always virtues in the crisis, it opens our eyes to what the reality of caregivers is, and we will finally revalue them.”

10:11 p.m. : In the midst of a mask race, at the peak of the epidemic, many companies had responded to the encouragement of the authorities to convert to the production of masks. But today, they face an unexpected pitfall: administrations and companies no longer order, and their production does not find a buyer. The Eye of the 20 Hours investigated this situation which they consider paradoxical.

9:55 p.m. Like the July 14th parade, the commemorations of the anniversary of the Normandy Landing are affected by the epidemic. Saturday’s ceremony in Vierville-sur-Mer (Calvados) will take place without an audience, and without any veterans or their families, the prefecture announced.

9:45 p.m. : Our journalist Raphael Godet has just interviewed bar patrons in recent days. While they have just been allowed to reopen (only on the terrace for orange areas), they fear administrative closures and testify to the difficulty of enforcing the distance: “I can’t be behind everyone”, confided to him one of them.

9:41 p.m. Bruno Le Maire is also confronted by chef Philippe Etchebest. Concerned about the economic survival of restaurants, he called for an end to the social distancing imposed on their customers.I can’t tell you that in a month or two, we’re going to get the tables back together, because that’s not true.”, replies the Minister of the Economy, who believes that the measure remains a health imperative.

9:38 p.m. : “We’re going to do everything we can to get it back on track quickly. And when I see the first numbers, after a few days of deconfining, things are slowly improving.”

Asked at the very moment on France 2 about the economic recovery, Bruno Le Maire, mentions positive signs, especially regarding consumption. What will allow us to leave is this desire to work with the French, which I see in all sectors”, thinks the minister.

9:30 p.m. Good morning . Indeed, it is not exactly that. There are 47 fewer patients in resuscitation than yesterday, but this is the difference between the number of admissions and exits. There are 23 entries in resuscitation, which means that there were 70 “exits”.

Some may have corresponded to the 44 deaths of the day, but not all of the patients who died were necessarily in resuscitation. And their number does not correspond to the total of resuscitation discharges, some of which correspond to cured patients. In total, the DGS has now counted 521 home returns of people in hospital, in resuscitation or not.

9:30 p.m. : Good evening, 44 dead and 47 fewer patients in resuscitation means only 4 out, it’s not terrible right? Or I’m wrong.

9:11 p.m. : These three authors explain that the company that provided the data on which their study was based, which concluded that the treatment was useless or even dangerous, denied them access to all the data to allow their review. The three researchers conclude that they can no longer “certify the veracity of the main source of data”, and therefore request the removal of their article.

9:08 p.m. After the journal’s warning, The Lancet, three authors of the controversial hydroxychloroquine study, asked for its retraction, in a message published by the same journal.

9:08 p.m. : The show “You have the floor” begins on France 2, with the theme of relaunching after confinement. You can watch it live on our website. Léa Salamé and Thomas Sotto receive Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire and MEP Yannick Jadot. An interview with European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde will also be broadcast.

8:48 p.m. In: Good evening @Laurent66. This figure does not exist, and would seem difficult to compile, since it implies being aware of the healing of patients remaining at home. What I can tell you is that the DGS has 767 additional confirmed cases (more than double yesterday’s), and 13,101 people currently hospitalized (413 fewer than yesterday).

8:48 p.m. Good evening. In a press release, is the number of patients still active, hospital, home and Ehpad combined? It’s good to know if we actually have fewer cases and not necessarily in resuscitation.

8:44 p.m. : The Minister of Higher Education and Research, Frédérique Vidal, announced an investment of 550 million euros for “Research and innovation”, aimed at “Industrial wires” French.

8:34 p.m. : The number of patients in resuscitation continues to decline: there are 1,163 on Thursday, 47 fewer than yesterday. In total, the virus killed 29,065 people in France. However, the death toll in medical and social institutions has not been updated, and will be updated on 9 June.

8:38 p.m. : The Covid-19 killed an additional 44 people in French hospitals in 24 hours, according to the new report by the Directorate General of Health.

8:25 p.m. Good morning @Boul. You are not the only one questioning me, but we have not yet received the daily assessment of the Covid-19 epidemic in France, which is usually communicated to us around 8 p.m. As soon as we have these figures, you will of course be informed in this live.

8:25 p.m. : Hello do you have the daily numbers? Thank you for your work.

8:22 p.m. : Also in favour of abandonment, however, his CFDT counterpart Laurent Berger assures that Emmanuel Macron “made it very clear that there were elements of reform that needed to be revisited. It was understood that the duration of affiliation was among these elements.”

However, the measure that changes the duration of membership has already been in force since November: in order to qualify for an allowance, you must now have worked six months out of the last 24, compared to four out of 28 previously.

8:22 p.m. : During the meeting with the social partners at the Elysée Palace, Emmanuel Macron “didn’t say anything” on a possible abandonment of the second part of the reform of unemployment insurance, says CGT Secretary General Philippe Martinez, who advocates for this option.

8:09 p.m. : It’s past 8 p.m., let’s take stock of the main news this Thursday:

A meeting between the executive and the social partners was held at the Elysée Palace this afternoon. Upon exit, Muriel Penicaud announced an expanded bonus for the hiring of apprentices, and new negotiations on the implementation of the reform of unemployment insurance, which had been suspended in the face of the epidemic.

Unions and hospital collectives are calling for a “national day of action” for the hospital on 16 June.

The IGPN has seized the case of a police officer who is seen in CCTV footage of a man in police custody in Strasbourg. Actor Omar Sy spoke to him in an op-ed where he called for “denounce” violence.

7:18 p.m. : Let us also recall that the Minister of the Economy, Bruno Le Maire, is one of the guests of the program “You have the floor”, at 9 p.m. on France 2, where he may discuss the content of the meeting held at the Elysée Palace.

7:14 p.m. As for the assistance to hire apprentices, now paid to companies with less than 250 employees who hire a student on an apprenticeship contract, it will be extended to companies of all sizes, and may concern young people up to the bachelor’s level (up to bac-3 therefore), and not just up to the baccalaureate level. The amount will be 8,000 euros for an adult apprentice, and 5,000 euros for a minor.

7:11 p.m. Recall that the second phase of the UI reform was postponed until September 1 due to the epidemic. Trade union organisations are now calling for its cancellation. Negotiations between them, employers and the government will aim to reach an agreement “by the summer” on the date it will apply and “the criteria or measures to be adapted to take into account the contextexplains Muriel Pénicaud.

7:11 p.m. : Muriel Pénicaud spoke at the end of the meeting held since 3 p.m. at the Elysée Palace, between Emmanuel Macron, Edouard Philippe, several ministers and social partners, about employment and its preservation in the context of pandemia.

7:03 p.m. : Discussions on a possible adaptation of the reform of unemployment insurance will begin “In the coming weeks”, adds the Minister of Labour.

7:10 p.m. : The assistance for the hiring of apprentices will be extended to all companies, announced the Minister of Labour, Muriel Pénicaud.

6:11 p.m. : It’s 6 p.m., here’s the main information of the afternoon.

  • Hospital unions and collectives are calling for “A day of national action” for the hospital on June 16.
  • Gabriel, the 14-year-old seriously injured during his arrest for attempted robbery in Bondy (Seine-Saint-Denis) last week, was heard this morning by investigators from the General Inspectorate of the National Police (IGPN), the “police police”.
  • The Scientific Council proposes a plan that can be adapted to four scenarios of the evolution of the epidemic. Scenario 4 is a “loss of control of the epidemic”. It would require “difficult decisions, leading to a choice between widespread national confinement” And “Other collective goals”.
  • Lyon, Amiens and Toulouse were heard for nearly three hours today by the Council of State. The three Ligue 1 football clubs, feeling aggrieved by the decision to stop the season because of the Covid-19 epidemic, were able to put forward their arguments. A verdict is expected “Monday or Tuesday.”

5:56 p.m. : The government plans to mobilise 40 billion euros to support the troubled sectors, as part of the third draft amending budget to be presented to the Council of Ministers next week, announced the Ministry of Economy and Finance.

5:51 p.m. : The death toll from the coronavirus outbreak in Spain stands at 27,133, according to data released today by the Ministry of Health, which reports five more deaths compared to the figure announced the day before.

5:54 p.m. : Lyon, Amiens and Toulouse were heard for nearly three hours today by the Council of State. The three Ligue 1 football clubs, feeling aggrieved by the decision to stop the season because of the Covid-19 epidemic, were able to put forward their arguments. A verdict is expected “Monday or Tuesday”.

5:29 p.m. : The municipality also plans to pedestrianize streets by the summer to provide more outdoor space for bars and restaurants and has already received more than 70 applications.

5:29 p.m. : Of the 14,500 bars and restaurants in Paris, 3,200 have declared a terrace extension since Tuesday, June 2, the day the terraces reopened in the orange zones, of which the Ile-de-France is a part, said the deputy mayor of Paris in charge of trade, Olivia Polski, on France Bleu Paris. The town hall has also received more than 70 requests for street pedestrianization.

5:25 p.m. In particular: “strengthening barrier and distancing measures, strengthening the ‘test, trace, isolate’ strategy, a plan to protect The Ehpads, enhanced protection by voluntary confinement of the most vulnerable people because of their age or health, a plan for the most vulnerable and a package of measures to be implemented in the metropolises , which are particularly exposed, especially in the Ile-de-France region.”

5:20 p.m. : The Scientific Council proposes a plan that can be adapted to four scenarios of the evolution of the epidemic. Scenario 4 is a “loss of control of the epidemic”. It would require “difficult decisions, leading to a choice between widespread national confinement” And “Other collective goals”.

The Scientific Council's plan includes in particular:

4:57 p.m. : Despite the resumption of contamination, however, Prime Minister Stefan Lofven announced at a press conference that Sweden would relax restrictions on domestic travel deemed non-essential from 13 June.

4:57 p.m. : The number of Covid-19 infections has risen again in Sweden, but the number of deaths and people hospitalized in intensive care continues to fall, the Swedish National Public Health Agency announced on Thursday.

4:13 p.m. : The government expects a public debt of 120.9% of GDP this year, warns the Ministry of Economy and Finance.

3:37 p.m. : This project is under consideration and will be discussed with France and Portugal, the same source added. The Ministry of Tourism said in a statement that border controls could be extended beyond 21 June and that international tourism could resume on 1 July.

3:43 p.m. After Spanish Tourism Minister Reyes Maroto announced this morning a reopening of the country’s borders for June 22, the government is tempering. He said he was considering lifting restrictions on cross-border transfers with France and Portugal from 22 June.

3:08 p.m. : “It will be a question of working on what can be done to preserve the jobs and support of the most vulnerable, especially young people entering the labour market”the presidency said on Tuesday, referring to the mid-afternoon meeting.

3:13 p.m. : Emmanuel Macron and Edouard Philippe are gathering this afternoon, trade unions and employers in search of solutions to preserve jobs, hard hit by the recession linked to the coronavirus crisis. Follow our live feed.

3:06 p.m. : “Just because at some point you have reassuring news doesn’t mean you have to remove all barriers. If in five days we have less reassuring news, what do we do? Should we put it all back together? We need to evolve gradually. You have to be relatively consistent. That there is potential for easing is not for me to decide, but we can actually think about it. It must be understood that the time of knowledge is not the time of the media and political reactivity.”

Bruno Lina, a member of the Scientific Council, reacted on franceinfo to the study on the low contagiousness of children.

3:01 p.m. : According to Bruno Lina, head of the National Reference Centre for Respiratory VirusEs, a virologist and member of the Scientific Council, the elements of Robert Cohen’s study on low contagiousness in children are “reassuring” and allow us to evolve “Perception of risk”.

2:51 p.m. : In total, about 43 million Americans registered as unemployed in two and a half months, but only nearly 21.5 million were compensated in the week of May 17-23.

2:51 p.m. In the United States, 1.87 million people registered as unemployed in one week.

2:38 p.m. : “Mayotte and Guyana are in the orange zone. We understand the government’s position” But “Like Corsica”, Guadeloupe, Martinique or St. Martin “are in green zone”, highlight in a joint statement several local hotel organizations, including the Umih of Guadeloupe and Martinique, or the Association of Hoteliers of Saint-Martin (AHSM).

2:38 p.m. : Yesterday, the restriction of flights to Corsica was lifted, following an amendment to the decree on travel restrictions related to the second phase of post-Covid-19 deconfinement. But air travel between mainland France and overseas remains limited to the compelling family and professional reasons until further notice.

2:32 p.m. : Hoteliers in Guadeloupe, Martinique and Saint-Martin denounced “injustice” their situation and the economic consequences, particularly on tourism, of maintaining travel restrictions and quarantine for their islands classified as green zone.

2:24 p.m. : “A vaccine against Covid-19 must be seen as a global public good, a vaccine for peoples,” he said in a previously recorded video, noting that many world leaders have called for this.



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